Winter Fun in Boone!


With 3 ski resorts less than

25 miles from downtown, plus a

snow tubing park with 30 lanes,

Boone is the perfect place

for your winter adventure.  


Plan your winter fun at:

MerleFest 2022


on the campus of

Wilkes Community College

 April 28 – May 1, 2022


Tickets on sale

 December 6, 2021

Go to

or call 1-800-343-7857




The Shoppes at Farmers

661 West King St

Boone, NC 28607



All Agendas and Planners


All Hobo Wallets and Bags

30% Off

All Baggallini Bags

40% Off

Most Christmas Items

75% Off

Turn down Depot St. and

Park behind the

store for Free!




**Grandfather Vineyard 

& Winery** 

Summer- Monday - Sat. 12-6pm

Sunday 1-5pm

Winter- Mon., Wed. - Sat. 12-6pm

Sunday 1-5pm (closed Tuesday)

  Live music during Summer

Come enjoy a glass of our award

winning wine while you relax by

the Watauga river!

The Incredible

Toy Company


Inspiring Toys and 

Unbeatable Service


Where imaginations grow


3411 Hwy 321S 

Between Boone

& Blowing Rock




to visit our website


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Twin Co. Airport

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Twin County Airport, Hillsville, VA

Forecast Last Updated at Monday, December 6, 2021 at 4:30PM

Topsy Turvy

If you don't like the weather this week, wait 5 minutes and it will change. We will be on a roller coaster ride with temperatures. There will be warm rains and cold winds and maybe even some light wintry precipitation. Today was spring like and light showers are possible through the early evening. Tonight through Thursday are winter like with cold temperatures, windy conditions and some light wintry precipitation Wednesday morning. Temperatures turn spring like Friday with rain during the day Saturday. Temperatures drop quickly Saturday night and the rain may end as some light snow Sunday morning.

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Hi: 61 Lo: 26

A few light showers through early evening; Decreasing clouds overnight; West wind 10-20 mph becoming NW 10-20 mph and gusty overnight

Hi: 42 Lo: 30

Partial daytime sun; Increasing clouds Tue. night; NW wind 5-15 mph early, becoming South and light

Hi: 40 Lo: 27

Cloudy; Chilly; A light wintry mix early; A few rain showers in the PM; Clearing overnight; N to NE wind 5-15 mph

Hi: 44 Lo: 34

Lots of clouds; Cool

Hi: 57 Lo: 49

Partly to mostly cloudy; Somewhat warmer; Showers possible late Fri. night

Further Out

Saturday - Cloudy; Mild; Periods of rain; Turning colder overnight with rain possibly changing to light snow; High in the lower 60s; Low in the mid 30s
Sunday - Some clouds early; then clearing; A few leftover snow showers possible; Colder; High in the mid 40s; Low near 30 degrees

Forecast Discussion

A cold front will move through early this evening. There will be a few showers ahead of the front and the temperatures will be spring like. Winds will be gusty from the northwest early this evening and remain gusty overnight.

Cold high pressure settles in tomorrow. The winds die down a little. A weak wave of low pressure develops over the south central US and moves east northeast bringing clouds and light precipitation. Since the air is cold ahead of it, there could be a mix of rain, snow and sleet Wednesday morning but amounts will be light. Temperatures warm just enough for a cold light rain Wednesday afternoon.

Skies clear Wednesday night and Thursday remains chilly. Much warmer air will begin to move in Thursday night and Friday will feature spring like temperatures ahead of a cold front moving in from the west. Temperatures remain spring like Saturday during the daytime with occasional rain. The front moves through Saturday night with much colder air behind it. Rain may end as snow before all is said and done. Sunday returns to winter like temperatures and wind.


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